Renaming files: selection without suffix
|Reported by:||humdinger||Owned by:||nobody|
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This is hrev30071.
One thing I like of the Gnome thing: when you rename a file, the filename is selected without the .suffix. I know Haiku doesn't rely on the suffix to determine the filetype, nevertheless we'll have suffixed files for a very long time to come. Let's face it, an AVI is an .avi and a MP3 is a .mp3...
Therefore I suggest:
- ALT+E should enter rename mode without selecting the .suffix
- Pressing ALT+E again while in rename mode, will select the whole filename.
The detection of the second ALT+E should be real quick, so you can basically just double-ALT+E to get there very quickly.